Brake Service: Keep Your Vehicle's Stopping Power In Top Shape
Searching For A Brake Service For Your Vehicle?
Regular brake checks are essential for maintaining safe and reliable vehicle operation, as well as prolonging the lifespan of the braking system components. A malfunctioning braking system can also lead to a failed MOT test.
It is recommended that a brake service be performed at least once a year, or more frequently depending on the vehicle's usage and driving conditions. Delaying brake repairs can result in more expensive repairs down the road and compromise your safety while driving.
If you need service for car brakes Coventry, Lavender Hall Auto Repairs is a reputable garage for brake repairs Coventry. We have a team of experienced technicians and offer a range of auto repair and maintenance services at budget-friendly prices.
At Lavender Hall Auto Repairs, we pride ourselves on providing quality workmanship and excellent customer service. We are committed to providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction.
Our technicians will inspect your car's brake system thoroughly to identify any issues that may be affecting its performance.
You can book our brake service Coventry and many other services online via this website.
How Do We Perform A Brake Service?
If you choose our brake service, our professionals will include the following components for examination:
- Brake pads
- Brake discs
- Brake pedal
- Brake calipers
- Brake rotors
- Brake fluid, etc.
If any faults are found, we will recommend the necessary repairs/part replacements.
Note- Most damaged brake parts are irreparable and need to be replaced.
Reasons For Brake Failure
Here are some common reasons why a braking system may fail:
- Worn brake pads
- Leaking brake lines
- Worn brake discs
- Electrical or sensor issues
- Contaminated brake fluid, etc.
Damaged brakes exhibit the following symptoms:
Dashboard Warning Light
If the brake warning light on the dashboard comes on, it is a clear indication that there is a problem with the brakes and they need to be inspected.
Squeaking Or Grinding Noise
If you hear a high-pitched squeaking or grinding noise when you apply the brakes, this could be an indication that your brake pads are worn down and need to be replaced. This noise occurs due to the metal-to-metal contact between the brake pad and the rotor.
Spongy Brake Pedal
If the brake pedal feels soft or spongy when you press it, this clearly indicates a problem with the brake system. It could be due to low brake fluid levels, air in the brake lines, or a problem with the brake master cylinder.
Pulling To One Side When Braking
If your vehicle pulls to one side when you apply the brakes, this could indicate a problem with the brake calipers or unevenly worn brake pads.
Longer Stopping Distances
If it takes longer to stop your vehicle than usual, this could be due to worn brake pads, rotors or low brake fluid levels.
If you experience any of these symptoms, it's important to have your vehicle inspected by qualified technicians like ours at Lavender Hall Auto Repairs.
We are the end to your ‘brake repairs near me’ searches!
Contact us at 01676 533013 to schedule an appointment with us.
You can also book this service (and many other services) online, using this website.
We are at Lavender Hall Ln, Coventry CV7 7BN.